how many cones and sundaes were sold? solve the equations by using the substitution method.

how many cones and sundaes were sold? solve the equations by using the substitution method.

Two equations to solve for a variable.

Write a system of equations that can be solved using substitution

Find the measures of two complementary angles if one angle is four times the other angle

You are looking for an after-school job. One pays $9 per hour. Another pays $12 per hour, but you must buy a uniform that costs $39. After how many hours of work would your net earnings from either...

adult tickets to play cost $22. TIckets for children cost $15. TIckets for a group of 11 people cost a total of $228. Write and solve a system of equations to find how many children and how many adults...

How do I solve y=-5x+7 and y=8x+7 to get the answer in (x, y) form?

It's solving systems by substitution

The first number times the second number equals 30. what is the equation

I don't understand how to solve this problem.

im not really sure how to do this question. please help me with this? ...

im a junior in high school and need help to do these problems or i just didnt understand him but im solving by substitution and i really need some one to please help me ...

The length of a rectangle is 3 more than it's width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 58cm. What are the rectangle's dimensions?

X=Y X-3y=4

what are the ordered pairs ?

At a local fitness center, members pay a six dollar membership fee and $3 for each aerobic class. Nonmembers pay $4 dollars for each aerobic class. For what number of aerobic classes will cost nonmembers...

A chef is using a mixture of two brands of Italian dressing. The first brand contains 5% vinegar, and the second brand contains 15% vinegar. The chef wants to make 390 milliliters of a dressing that...

Katie is going to the water slides and needs to figure out which deal is better. She can pay $32 to go on the water slides as much as she wants, or she can pay $18 to get in, plus an additional $1...

how would one solve this particular problem by substitution? y = x+4 y^2...

The equations that are first gotten should be a linear system. If it could be solved using the substitution method, that's be great! Thanks.

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